Rooted in what she calls “adventurous folk,” Maloney’s smart, catchy, and soulful music features literate songwriting that explores themes of spirituality, transformation, and impermanence.
Moss is a Brattleboro composer, songwriter, and string player. He has released a handful of solo albums, is a member of the old-time duo “The Howling Kettles,” and is a long-distance contributor to “Sewing Machines.” He recently compiled “Imaginational Anthem, Volume Five” for Tompkins Square Records.
Hooker-Dunham Theater & Gallery is located at 139 Main Street in downtown Brattleboro. Tickets for the show are $14 for general admission, $12 for students and seniors. For ticket reservations and information call (802) 254-9276. For more information visit www.heathermaloney.com, www.sammoss.net, and www.hookerdunham.org.